LYDIA AND THE DRACA by Louisa Kelley
Lydia and the Draca by Louisa Kelley
Daughters of Draca, Book 1
Reviewed by Jo
Lydia Neal might be a sci-fi geek but that doesn’t explain the odd and very life-like dreams she has been having. The last one frightened her and was confusing all at the same time. The next night, Lydia wakes up and she is in a cave surrounded by dragons – no really there were lots of large dragons. Lydia soon learns she is the one person who could save the entire Draca race and that they are all lusting after her and what she can do for them.
Eremon is the leader of the Draca and to say he is against bringing Lydia into their world on the hope that she might be able to save them would be putting it lightly. Eremon learned, like the rest of his race, that humans couldn’t successfully mate with Draca. But there is something about Lydia that makes Eremon wish that Lydia really could be the savior of the Draca and he could be the one to make it happen. However Eremon is not going to help raise his race’s hope only to have the dashed again.
Lydia is back in her world and really has no intention of entering the Draca world again. But something in her is changing and it is changing her habits. Lydia also can’t stop thinking about Eremon and the passion the shimmered between them. When Lydia has a chance to go back and maybe save the Draca, she jumps at it and even after learning about what will have to happen, Lydia agrees to complete the ritual with Eremon. Will this be the beginning of new life for the Draca and especially for Lydia and Eremon or is it too late to change the fate of the Draca?
One woman learns that dragons really exist and that passion with one will bring more happiness than she ever dreamed of. Lydia meets Eremon and learns the truth about dragons in Lydia and the Draca. Being a sci-fi geek didn’t prepare Lydia for the real life experience of being introduced to Eremon and the Draca. I could understand Eremon’s fierce resistance against the plans for Lydia as well as Lydia’s confusion on what was happening to her. I was not surprised that Lydia decided to go back to the Draca and complete the rituals. I was really happy that Eremon gave into his passion and made sure that he was the one to help Lydia. I honestly don’t know if it would have worked as well if he hadn’t. Love was seriously in the air that night and the next week for the Lydia, Eremon and the Draca. Lydia and the Draca is an erotic and light-hearted look at a race’s search for the passion they lost. Lydia and the Draca takes the two main characters on an extremely erotic flight for passion.